A+ Adaptive Exams

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Charles River Media, 2002 - Computers - 365 pages
As part of the TestTaker?s Guide Series, this book and CD-ROM outline the current CompTIA concepts and objectives needed to ?ace? the A+ adaptive certification exams and provide additional practice exam question/answer sets for reinforcement. Just as successful students often score poorly on SATs, many highly experienced administrators fail the A+ certification exams because they understand the content but not the test structure. To address this issue, the book also provides tips and insights into how the adaptive tests are crafted, so that test takers will be prepared to ?think? like the test. Written by a Network Administrator and award-winning Certified A+ Instructor, the book draws upon exhaustive subject expertise and teaching experience to provide everything you need to know to pass the exams.

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I bought this book in order to get my COMTIA A+ certification. It was good enough to help me pass the test and be certified. However for future reference I believe they updated the tests so a newer edition of this book would be more useful. Read full review

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